Blind Vaysha (2016)


blind-vaysha“How could this mother leaning over the cradle imagine that her little girl’s eyes would see thing this way? The little Vaysha had been born with a left eye that only saw the past and a right eye that only saw the future. ” – Narrator

Number of Times Seen – 1 (20 Feb 2017)

Brief Synopsis – A tale about a young girl who has one eye that sees the past and one the future as she tries to navigate her way through this confusing life.

My Take on it – I’ve never been the biggest fan of non-conventional animation and wasn’t really sure what I would think of this movie.

Since I like to watch all of the Oscar nominated films, good or bad, I decided to check out this short film.

I found the animation itself to be a bit jarring and distracting, but the fact that the story is such a poignant one makes up for it all.

I liked the way that they start telling us a story that seems like a fable or fairy tale and once you think about it, you realize how it’s a philosophical tale that is meant for all of us to embrace because it is so relevant!

Having seen 4 of the 5 nominees in the category, I must say that I’m not sure who I want to win because 3 of the 4 are amazing films and the 4th is close behind.

Bottom Line – Very poignant film that seems to start off telling a fable when in the end it can be seen as a parable for real life.  The animation is done in quite a unique and somewhat distracting way, yet still evokes a sense of endearment for the story.  Highly Recommended!

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – Nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film (From IMDB)

Rating – Oscar Worthy

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